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but they won't be burning anything. >> no burning. >> i'm tony perkins. >> i'm alison seymour. happy you're with us on this friday. let's go to tucker barnes. he has more on what we can expect today and tonight. >> sunshine today, though a little cool. temperatures in the mid-60s. winds will pick up, a blustery afternoon, setting the stage for a cold overnight. live look at satellite. cloud cover to the north and west. few clouds streaming through the d.c. area at this hour. again, should be mostly sunny today and after a cool start, pleasant afternoon with temperatures in the mid-60s. now at reagan national temperature has jumped to 54 degrees. dulles, 49. dulles overnight was back in the 30s. bwi marshall, 52. forecast for today, afternoon highs in the mid-60s. breezes will pick up as the cold front comes through. cold overnight. freeze watches just to the north and west of washington. i'll have details on how cold
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it will get coming up in a couple of minutes. tony, allison, back to you. it has come down to this, ain't it great? the nats and cards in a one game winner take all tonight. >> that is because jayson werth capped off a nail biter with a dramatic 9th inning homerun. but he is not the only hero that sent fans into a frenzy last night. fox5's-- we're so excited, dave -- >> it's contagious, i'm sorry. >> dave ross is live at nats park where people are lining up for tickets. >> reporter: i'll answer to anything, don't worry about that. a lot of people last night stepped to the forefront for this team. a do or die scenario for the natses. had they lost, their season was over. a lot of people want to talk about strasburg yesterday. had strasburg been on the rotation, detweiler never would have stepped to the hill, and
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nobody could have pitched better than he did last night. the tall left hander bottled up the cards' bats. they scored one run last night and that was unearned in 6 stellar innings of work. bullpen took over late. 9th inning, drama. potential go ahead run on first base, and watch what desmond does. tricky pop fly. if this ball lands, and desmond doesn't do that, the cardinals would have taken the lead 2-1. no, desmond has the catch, and that sets the stage for jayson werth in the bottom of the 9th. we talked about it, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. the 9th inning of the 10th month, of the 11th day, of the 12th year, and the 13th pitch,
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and there it goes. then hysteria takes over. he talked about his game winning walkoff after the game. >> fans have been great. showing up in record numbers. when i signed here, my first day here, i went to a capital's game, and the place was packed. they said, somebody said, a few short years ago this place was empty. so i knew a winning ball club would bring the fans and here we are two years later, and they're showing up. it's awesome. >> seems like the last two months our crowd here has been electric. it translates to the players. we feed off it. >> reporter: the impressive thing about this is d.c. has always been a redskins town and wizards town at heart. in the recent years, now the
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nationals. this is a live picture of people waiting in line to get their standing room only tickets at 10:00 a.m. this line goes all the way down to first street. they're not faking it anymore. d.c. is a sports town. game time, $837 the first pitch. and it's gonzalez. >> when was the last time a friday before a redskins game, and they're like the third sports story this morning behind the nats and orioles? it's something. >> reporter: shows you we've become a full service sports town. there's room for others other than just the redskins. the nats and others can get in
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the forefront. and it keeps me employed, so i'm very happy. >> another good reason. >> we're happy about that part, too. >> reporter: good for the economy. >> thank you very much. we want you to stick around, because dave, tucker, sherri ly will join us again at 9:30. sherri ly was at the game last night. we'll have our take on tonight's game later this hour. we do want to mention, if you have extra tickets, this is not a personal solicitation, you may want -- >> this time. >> think before you try to scalp them. d.c. police made 11 arrests for scalping yesterday outside nat's park, so be careful out there. last night's debate is making headlines this morning. the two candidates for vice president clashed in their first and only debate. we are joined by our sherri ly who has been following last night's can we say aggressive debate? >> i would say. definitely. it was definitely aggressive on both sides. i can tell you if the next presidential debate is like
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this one, it will be a doozy. allison, the two candidates really went after each other. was a heated debate, with the two clashing over everything from libya to medicare. because this was their only matchup before the election, both biden and ryan were under the gun last night to strike hard and fast. >> reporter: from the moment they settled into their seats here, you knew this would be a tough night. vice president joe biden under pressure to help his ticket recover from last week's presidential debate was forceful and aggressive. >> with all due respect, that's a bunch of malarkey. >> reporter: watching on a split screen, it may have hardened partisans on both sides, with biden on the attack, but often seen laughing and interrupting ryan. >> mr. vice president, i know -- >> no -- >> mr. vice president, i know you're under duress to make up for lost ground. [ laughter ] >> but i think people would be better served if we don't keep interrupting. >> reporter: ryan hit the administration over the consulate attack in libya, that killed four americans.
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>> what we're watching on our tv is the unraveling of the obama foreign policy. which is making the world more chaotic and us less safe. >> reporter: biden did something his boss failed to do last week. at least five times he brought up romney's comments about the 47% of americans who have become dependent on government. >> i'had it up to here with the notion 47% -- it's about time they take responsibility here. >> i think the vice president very well knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. >> reporter: while republicans by and large gave the win to ryan, president obama made an unusual late night statement as he returned to the white house after campaigning in florida. >> i thought joe biden did great, and i couldn't be prouder of him. >> the white house really trying to play this up, even releasing a photograph of the president watching the debate last night on air force one. he and mitt romney are preparing for their final set of debates. they have two more. next one is tuesday, allison.
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we really have seen these debates play a very pivotal roll. romney got a bump after the last one. >> thank you. a forr bus driver convicted of intentionally driving into a building is expected to learn her fate today. 41-year-old teresa douglas drove her bus through the employee line at the bus lot last december. prosecutors say she posted on facebook the night before that she was done fighting and talking and was prepared to go to jail. douglas faces up to 53 years behind bars when she's sentenced today. a muslim advocacy group will launch its own ad campaign today in response to the anti- jihad ads put up in metro stations last week. the council on american islamic relations plans to reveal the ads today. st week a judge ruled metro must allow the ads to be put up
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in several stations. the group says the new ads will promote understanding and challenge hate towards the muslim religion. a 4-year-old montgomery county boy lucky to be alive after falling nearly 90 feet from an apartment window. this happened at the park montgomery complex in silver spring last night. the window screen on the 9th floor apartment came loose. police are investigating if he was being watched or left home alone at the time. incredibly, police say the boy was alert and talking in the ambulance. the nationwide meningitis outbreak linked to at this pointed steroid shots -- tainted steroid shots is spreading. the number of cases jumped to at least 170. 14 people have died, including one in maryland and one in virginia. the shots came from a speciality pharmacy in massachusetts. state leaders are looking into whether the company violated its license. the company issued a voluntary
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recall of the medication while the fda and cdc look into what happened. a liver problem is to blame for the recent death of the national zoo's 6 day old panda cub. the zoo's chief veterinarian says the cub's lungs were underdeveloped and likely didn't provide enough oxygen to the liver. the mother seems to be getting back to normal. yesterday she was in her outdoor pen and resting and sunning herself. the nobel peace prize announced today. >> it's been awarded to the european union for its role in uniting the continent. it was founded in 1957 with just six countries. it has expanded to 27 since the end of the cold war. the announcement today played down debt crisis which is plaguing europe right now. i first thought it was experience unlimited that got the prize, e.u., being from d.c. but it's not. >> you were going to get sugar bear on the phone.
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>> wow, that's amazing. 25 years later, the butt going strong. >> it's the other e.u. >> the real e.u. wasn't just the nats' win that had fans cheering last night. the surprise and emotional military homecoming ahead. this was really something. >> plus, he debates are underway. but what happens if a nominee concedes before the election? i'm phoning a friend for the answer in today's ask allison. it's 9:11. stay with us.          
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[ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approved this message. we have a heartwarming story at the ballpark yesterday. the nationals teamed up with the army to reunite a military family. sergeant hector banda has been in afghanistan the last five months while his family is in germany. the army flew the family to d.c. for the game. they had no idea dad was going to show up. >> i was just shocked.
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i was happy to see that. the kids were really surprised. >> i'm thankful for them. i'm very thankful for the nationals and i'm thankful for the army letting me come over here and be part of this. it's very exciting. >> sergeant banda says he'll spend the next two weeks sight seeing with his family in d.c. and new york city. during the game last night they showed the family down in the corner there, and that little boy, man, was grabbed on to his father, would not let him go. really was something. >> that would have been it for me. thank you tony. the countdown to the election is on. so it's only fitting after last night's fiesty debate that today's ask allison has to do with the election. so, a viewer writes, i had her name, it is marsha reynolds, can a presidential nominee quit the race before election? if so, what happens? does the v.p. nominee run for election or
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does the nominee concede and the current president declared the winner, and has this ever happened before? marsha thanks for writing in. you would not believe how much research we did. it was like a team of people, pat, matt and myself, trying to figure out the answer to this. you would think it would be easier. i think the reason it's not that easy to find is because it's rarely happened. i couldn't find it once as far as the presidential nominee. did find something on the vice presidential nominee back in the '70s. we searched the rnc and dnc web sites and at the end we find the answer in those. just quickly, the dnc in their section one of their bylaws basically it says their responsibilities include filling vacancies in the nomination for office of president and vice president. on the rnc web site in rule number 9 it just speaks about filling vacancies in nominations and basically speaks about going back to the convention process and having
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to nominate someone again and starting it all over again. but there's still many questions that remain and because of that, we are turning to a friend. professor lenny steinhorn is on the line from american university uc. i'm calling you in for double duty this week. good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> i'm doing well, lenny. what an interesting question. the only person i could find caught up in quitting or having to leave the race, of course, was vice presidential candidate, the democratic v.p. candidate in '72. thomas eagleton. to your knowledge has anyone else ever quit and can you tell us more about eagleton? >> i think so many people want to be in those positions, that it's unlikely they want to quit. eagleton was sort of a last minute choice by the nominee
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george mcgovern. they didn't do a lot of apparently that morning, mcgovern said let's go with eagleton. then the drip, drip, drip of stories began to come out of all the research that had been done on him that he had had seous psychological issues. he had been psychiatric care, gotten shock therapy. even though he was fine after that, it was too much for the political culture to tolerate. so they took him off the ticket. he resigned from the ticket. senator mcgovern then chose sergeant shriver as his choice. you have to go through the party, though, to get somebody to replace somebody on the ticket. this is the party's nominee. therefore, the party has to approve whoever might replace somebody. >> interesting. now, so the vice presidential candidate, so in this case, looking at the gop, since he's the contender here, if mitt romney said, i'm done, i don't want to run, if wouldn't
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automatically be paul ryan, you'd have to go through the process again? >> right. because paul ryan was nominated to be the vice presidential candidate. it's not like succession in the presidency, where the vice president by constitution assumes the presidency. so the party has to nominate somebody. they may nominate paul ryan, and may not convene the convention, but to hold a mini group, let's say the steering committee, executive committee, and be able to do that or seek affirmation from their rank and file. the bottom line in a crisis situation like that, where the unsuspected happens, the party has to move quickly. also because they have to make sure the right names are on the ballot. >> that was my last question. what about the mail absentee or professional ballots, if it's that close, might have the other person's name on it. >> i don't know how the law would judge this. presumably they could say, well, this is the republican ticket. somebody is voting for. on the other happen, they may say, no, if mitt romney is on
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there and it's not paul ryan at the top of the ticket, that invalidates that vote. i think these would be legal battles that would probably make the 2000 controversy between gore and bush seem ke a little tempest in the tea pot. >> lenny, tony perkins often brags about how you were his professor at au and all that. i wish you were one my professors. you're fantastic. >> well, thank you. >> thank you for joining us today. >> see you next time. >> see you next time. >> bye-bye. >> there is the answer. interesting. you would think -- but as lenny said, so many people -- if you get to that point, you really want this. >> has to be something unusual that would happen -- >> like eagleton. if you have a question you would like answered, send it to, click on the morning tab for a link to ask allison. >> good stuff. imagine opening your mail and finding a check for a half a billion dollars. >> i would say, thank you.
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>> it happened to one college student. find out why ahead. >> plus, from gourds to pumpkins to fall decorations. holly? >> reporter: good morning. you're right, fall is in the air, which means you need fall foilage on your front entrance way and in and around your house. we're here in brandywine with our garden guru, derek thomas. he'll show us how to make wreaths and plus, how you can come out here and get a free pumpkin. it's all live on fox 5 morning news. [ woman ] ring. ring. progreresso.
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more huge tax breaks skewed to the wealthy. while cutting nearly eight hundred billion from medicaid... even though middle-class families rely on medicaid to help loved ones cover nursing-home care. and it helps parents support children with disabilities. if mitt romney really "cares," wouldn't we see it in his priorities? thousands helped kick off a fund raising event for the fight against breast cancer. it's the annual three day event, which includes a 60-mile walk. proceeds will go to breast cancer research and local community outreach programs. it begins at the armory mall and ends sunday at the
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washington monument. a big surprise for one college student when he received a check from the government for a half billion dollars. or half a billion dollars. same thing. 22-year-old alan smith gets monthly checks for $650 from the department of treasury because his father served in the air force when the latest check arrived it was made out more than $650 million. he did not run to the bank. smith was honest and returned the check. don't put your joke in there. the office says it may have been a misprint could have been hacked. i know what you're thinking. big check from the government might not make it. don't insert your joke. you won't believe where scientists say they have discovered massive diamonds. we'll tell you ahead. >> heading home, a look at space shuttle "endeavour"'s road trip. its final destination.
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not the lofty ones it's grown acustommed to. memorable nonetheless. ♪ can you feel it, can you feel it, can you feel it ♪ >> it all comes down to this. there he goes. the nats win last night. then they hit the field again today for game five. ahead, our thoughts on the series. we'll be right back. ♪ can you feel it ♪ for manyiddle cl asfamilies, asfamilies, medicaid is the only way to afford the care. but as a governor, mitt romney raised nursing home fees eight times. and as president, his budget cuts medicaid by one-third and burdens families with the cost of nursing home care. we have a president who won't let that happen. [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approved this message. bring your dog to work day... not our best idea.
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are better than others. that was fast! thank you.
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the shuttle "endeavour" makes its final mission. it's traveling 12 miles from lax to the california science center, where it will go on display. it's being pulled through city streets over the next two days. crews have cleared trees and closed sidewalks to make the move possible. at some intersections we're told the room to spare, just 6
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inches. move over hope diamond, astronomers say they have found a planet made largely of diamonds. >> you've got to be joking. >> i'm not kidding. the alien planet was discovered in 2004 around a nearby star in the milky way. not in our solar system. scientists say it's composed mainly of carbon in the form of diamond and graphite as well as some iron. they estimate at least a third of the planet's mass is likely pure diamond. >> planet sparkly. >> maybe they'll name it tiffany's. the planet moves around its sun so quickly, that its year is 18 hours. a whole year, 18 hours. >> don't get me excited about astronomy up here. >> i know, how about that? >> how long until we send spacecraft. >> i said i wouldn't go in space, i would go on that mission. >> long way to go for it. >> times are tough. got to get diamonds any way you
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can. >> working days are over if you get to that planet, allison. first pitch, 8:37. definitely jacket weather. temperatures about 50 at game time. a breeze. falling into the 40s. upper 40s. maybe mid-40s by the time the game ends, by 10:00, 11:00. overnight, the low, mid-30s, particularly north and west. should be a nice day. 54 in washington. warming up nicely with the sunshine. 52 frederick. partly to mostly sunny day today. few clouds roll through. there's the cold front there. rain showers will stay to our north and shouldn't impact us here. winds will pick up behind the front later today. it will be gusty at times, with
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wind expected to be out of the northwest 20, maybe 25 or even 30 miles per hour for a time later this afternoon. and during the early evening hours. again, headed to the game, will feel cool with the breeze. freeze watch. north and west of 95. cold enough by tomorrow morning that much of the area north and west of the city could be flirting with freezing temperatures. bottom line, if you have tender vegetation, tomato plants, that kind of thing, cover them up, get them inside later this afternoon and tonight. i think tomorrow morning parts of the area of the growing season will come to an end, as temperatures will get below freezing. little warmer than yesterday. 65. winds pick up with the cold front moving through later out of the northwest, gusting to 30. plenty of sun. not just the nats' game tonight, tony, redskins game. going this weekend? >> well, i don't think i'm going to get to go. but you're right, saturday 63 and for the redskins game
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sunday, the warmer of the two days with temperatures in the 70s. should be nice around game time. redskins game is at 4:00. right, tucker? >> yeah, you got it, tony. now what are we talking about? welcome back. >> hurry. >> it is now time to talk a little bit more about the nats and their success last night. it's time for national revival. we are joined at the desk by sherri ly, as we continue to pay tribute to jayson werth. >> i'm i >> i don't think this beard is right. >> it's so itchy. >> it's not right. i'll do this.
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because we love jayson werth and the nationals. >> sherri, you look good with the beard. >> is that a compliment? you look good no matter what. >> thank you. >> but do you want to look food with a beard -- good with a beard? >> no. it's every woman's nightmare. are you kidding me? >> i'll have to have mine low. i have a big time goatee. >> sherri ly was at the game last night. as a fan, not as a reporter, you've been to a lot of the games. tell us what it was like. >> i stayed to the bitter end on game three, and i was going to stay to the bitter end last night. it was crazy out there. talk about a mom with her two little boys in the stands, yeah, every time there was a strikeout. we were standing up the last three innings of the game. you got that feeling this was going to happen. especially with the pitching. when desmond made that great catch. just amazing. look at it right there. there he is.
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we went nuts. >> you pointed out earlier, and i'm glad dave ross highlighted it, that catch is huge. if not for that, we're behind 2- 1. >> absolutely. in the stands we knew the importance of that catch. then to see him fight like that and fight like that. that one ball. almost got caught. it was like, thank goodness it didn't get caught. next thing you know, boom, it's out of here. >> i was saying to you tony, earlier, i think i said the series of words that i have never said, i missed it because i was on mommy chauffer duty until later. but when mark got home, i said ese words, i've never said them, babe, did the nats win? when he goes, yeah, they won, we were like, i mean, it was -- it is so infectious. even for the die hard fan to the, you know, the fan who kind of comes in at the end, me, you can't help it.
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it's wonderful. it really is a good feeling. >> the image we're having a serious conversation, anybody tuning in, what is going on on this show? let's go to dave ross. we didn't get a beard to him. unfortunately. >> he's talking about growing one, right? >> dave -- >> reporter: seeing you guys like this, shaggy lee, and alison seymour looks like sasha from the dictator. i don't have the beard, but i have my natitude ready to rock for game five. it's the best i can do. i'm italian. i grow a beard fast. maybe not as fast as you guys did, but i'll do what i can. >> i want to ask you about this. yesterday, and i have to admit, and probably like some other people, i was so depressed, because of the way the previous game had gone and it felt like, wow, we're out of this.
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now i'm completely happy and firmly believe they'll win tonight. gio gonzalez, it's a complete turnaround. >> reporter: we talked about it yesterday on the set. it was hard to get up, because after game three, lost game two and three by a total of eight runs a piece, been blown out. to come back and win like they did, it revitalized everybody. you started texting me right after the game, tony, and we haven't seen this before ever. these are aheady days to be a nats' fan. it really doesn't get more exciting. i'm with you, i think they're going to win tonight. they got their ace on the staff, gonzalez going. 21wins in the regular season. what's not to love about this team? and they had the best record in all of major league baseball and the best home record in baseball and so far it's showing off. we think they'll get it done tonight. i hope they do. still have to play the game. things look better 24 hours later. >> dave, some big bats will get
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going tonight? haven't heard much from some g names? >> reporter: i don't know. i think it will be another low scoring affair. they have wainwright going, he is their ace as well. i don't think they'll have a ton of runs. they'll feed off werth from last night. he took a 13 pitch at bat to get it done. he fought and fought. i think he had seven foul balls in that 13 pitch at bat. incredible. when the other guys see that, they feed off that. $126millioncontract, worth every penny today. i think the other guys, they'll feed off that and get the momentum going. look for ryan zimmerman, the guy that's been here since 2005, to have a big night tonight. >> we got to go. thank you very much. quickly, tucker wore this earlier. we wore our beards earlier. one of our viewers wrote in and said that tucker looks just like forrest gump at the end of
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the movie. >> wow! that is a great call. >> we're going to shave and we'll be back in a couple of moments. ♪ can you feel it ♪  [ male announcer ] president obama says he's creating jojo,
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but he's really creating debt. the facts are clear. obama's four deficits are the four largest in us history. he's adding almost as much debt as all 43 previous presidents -- combined. and over 30 cents of every dollar obama spends is borrowed. much of it from countries like china. he's not just wasting money, he's borrowing it and then wasting it. we can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
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engagement announcement from whitney houston's daughter. the news first came out in a clip for her new real show on our own. bobby christina confirms she is engaged to 22-year-old nick gordon. here's the twist, gordon was adopted, not formally, but brought into the home when he was 11 years old. family members call it unacceptable. here's a look at films. >> argo is based on the true story of the rescue of six
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americans in iran in 1976. kevin gave it four and a half stars. >> four stars for seven psychopaths. a screen writer becomes involved in the l.a. gang world. >> and sinister starring ethan hawk trying to solve the mystery of why a family was killed in his home. he gave if four stars. derek has been showing us how to spruce up our gardens this fall. >> how to make beautiful table decorations. >> we can't forget about the skins. meet local guys who rap about the star quarterback and how m web. we'll be right back. are you ready ?
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if you searching for ways to brighten up your yard this fall, you're in luck. >> our garden guy derek thomas is teaching us about decorating with gourds and more. holly morris is live with him from brandywine, maryland. >> reporter: we're having a lot of fun at ed's plant world as we always do. you are chock full of information. what are we doing this hour? >> we're talking about making wreaths. the nice thing about making wreaths this time of year, you can think about a halloween wreath, about a thanksgiving wreath, and a holiday wreath. what i want to show the viewers is they can take a wreath and make it multiseasonnal. >> reporter: cool. >> this one here is using a regular wreath form. pop in that apple. after you do that, you're going
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to take the garland, which is now of course halloween or fall appropriate and weave that through. >> reporter: did you double this garland? >> i did. >> reporter: where did you learn that? >> i learned that from you yesterday. >> reporter: thank you for watching. >> you're going to weave that through. as you're doing that, i'm going to take this grape form, it's a grapevine that's been made into a wreath, and i'm going to start popping -- now this is trimmings from the garden. we trimmed this. it was time to give it a haircut. and we're going to repurpose this as a wreath that you can use on the door. >> reporter: you had a great tip as far as the direction that you put those in. >> right. when putting these in, put them in the same direction so the wreath doesn't look schizophrenic. it has a little bit more order and doesn't look as haphazard.
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run everything in the same direction all the way around. what you end up with at the end here is a fabulous live wreath, because of course the grapevine was dried up. >> reporter: look at that. >> you can hang this on the door. you can put this on the mantle place. the great thing about yours, once you get done with this, you can take evergreen garland and it can become a holiday wreath. >> reporter: i take this off -- >> take this off when you're done with the thanksgiving and halloween, and you can put in evergreen garland and it becomes wonderful. >> reporter: perfect. >> this is actually just a wire form. what we've done is taken eucalyptus and you can think that shabby chic thing. these are coasters, drink coasters. we went ahead and put in these pins. you can get these pins at a
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florist shop. >> reporter: as you do that, we can't come to ed's plant world and not talk to ed. ed, come on over here. and of course we can't talk to ed and not get an update on his grandson, bryce, who is rocking the natitude this morning. hi, bryce. >> say go nats. >> reporter: go nats is right. you are having fall extravaganza this weekend. >> we are giving away a pumpkin to all the kids. say you saw us on fox 5 and we're giving you a free pumpkin. the parents, free ornamental cabbage or kale. free hot dogs between 11:00 and 2:00. >> reporter: i didn't hear a thing you said because bryce is giving me a kiss. oh, my gosh! i have a special place in my heart for little boys. can bryce pick out a pumpkin? >> sure. which pumpkin do you like? >> reporter: how are you doing, derek? >> we are rocking with this.
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we took the coasters with this. but the neat thing is, you can change this out. bryce has got like double pumpkin. pumpkins and gourds. >> reporter: and a gourd. >> bring the kids out. it will be a fun day tomorrow. cookout. >> reporter: can't help but have fun at ed's plant world. thank you so much. >> also, remember, make them multipurpose, because december is coming. >> reporter: dare we start singing carols., we have a link to ed's plant world. before we go, here, bryce, can you blow a kiss to allison? sorry, just wants to make out with me. can you blow a kiss? kind of, allison. that was just for you. >> thank you so much. how adorable, holly. thank you. so cute. reds skins quarterback robert griffin iii gets a shout out on a wrap getting hits on
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youtube. it's called rg3 and it's the work of money mike and b boy jedson. when they aren't making music they are michael and brian. right now we know them as money mike and b boy. good morning. >> good morning. >> i'm happy you came in. this is the sweetest little face. your daughter. >> little superstar here. >> are you a fan of the redskins, sweetie? >> she says, uh-huh. tell us how this song came to be. >> basically, like, when he got drafted, everything he stood for, he's very motivational person. i just felt like we needed, every super hero needs an anthem. >> you're the lead rapper. brian, you're the hype man. >> hype man and make the video. director and producer of the video. >> why would you tell people to
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go see it? >> youtube. where else? >> youtube. >> we put it on four different channels between us two. wanted to keep it inhouse. >> i don't guess i need to ask about your love for the skins. life long fans? both from the area. >> starting them early. >> she's adorable. i was reading in your bios, music for many people, you can breathe, exhale a little bit. how important is music to you? >> very important. it stands for everything you want to be motivated to work out, motivated to go to work, motivated to go to school. just to get up, you know. just have that sound track, whatever, motivates you and gets you going. >> it helps. >> helps with everything. >> it helps me get through my everyday life. when there's adversity in the things we come through, i find
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i can express myself best through music. the passion comes out. >> we hope we see this at the half time show when they play the cowboys. without further adieu, this is money mike and b boy. ♪ yeah ♪ built to win, not to lose, criticized, keeps talking ♪ ♪ signed a couple endorsements ♪ from college kids to superstar ♪ ♪ that's my description, i work hard and play hard ♪ no luck, no horse shoe ♪ sean taylor ♪ i'm getting money, dan snyder,
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all day, all night ♪ ♪ no sleep, vampire ♪ talking about practice, not a game, not a game, at all ♪ ♪ but they talking about practice ♪ yeah, better go hard ♪ ♪ not one stage i doubt it, no lie, it's my time, it's game time and i'm primetime, baby, money ♪ ♪ yeah, i said dallas fans be quiet, we about to start ♪ dallas fans be quiet, we about to start ♪ ♪ dallas fans be quiet, we about to start ♪ quarterback, quarterback, my team, my team ♪ redskins, redskins, dmv ♪ touchdown, mvp ♪ as a matter of fact, call me rg3 ♪ ♪ rg3, rg3, call me rg3 ♪ ♪ rg3, call me rg3 ♪ ♪ touchdown, call me mvp ♪ as a matter of fact, call me rg3 ♪
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we have special news to share about a member of the fox 5 family. >> annie yu who hosts our weekly pet segment on mondays is a new mom. annie and her husband donald, welcomed a baby girl yesterday. her name is ava leese. don't have a picture yet. everyone is doing great and we sent our congratulations. >> congratulations! >> yep. >> i love it. >> forecast great, too. 65 today. cool tonight. going to the game, temperatures in the 40s and later tonight, 30s. maybe low 30s. freeze watches north and west. the weekend looks good. low 70s by sunday. don't forget about the redskins. >> i know. won't have any problem staying warm with the good feeling in d.c. >> yeah. >> we got to do it

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